Serpa for concealed carry?

This is a discussion on Serpa for concealed carry? within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Prior to receiving my Supertuck this week, my EDC holster was a Serpa for my G23. I have not tried carrying it with the paddle ...

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    Prior to receiving my Supertuck this week, my EDC holster was a Serpa for my G23. I have not tried carrying it with the paddle attachment, as i have a Galco paddle-only holster as well. I was able to CC with it fairly easily. As stated above, a t-shirt isn't going to cover, but most anything else will do fine. One of the things i like about the Serpa is that with the belt system attached, it allows the gun to sit up with the grip off the nightstand. Makes it easier to grab off a flat surface. The last few days the 23 has been in the Supertuck during the day and then swapped into the Serpa before bed. It'll definately remain in the rotation.

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    Check out the model on the top left It is for concealment If you want to carry a serpa for concealed carry this it the one you want. It is thinner and designed for this purpose.
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    Better to have it and not need it than to need it and not have it.

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    The serpa is the only holster I typically carry in, Spring, Summer. Fall and Winter. But, I do Open Carry alot around here since it is legal.

    But, I do not like to carry in several different kinds of holsters. I like to keep it simple, same draw stroke and all for any gun I have one, and I absolutely hate IWB as I find it just too uncomfortable with my boney hips.

    The Serpa should suit you just fine for a CC holster in the Winter time.
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    I carry a serpa for concealed carry. It works best under a coat for concealing. I prefer a nice tight holster for summer carry though.

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